LUNAFEST is just a week away, and we can’t wait!
This film festival is a compilation of nine short films by women, for women, about women to benefit Bucks County Women’s Initiative and the Breast Cancer Fund. The films cover topics ranging from motherhood to breaking barriers, expressed through film styles from animation to drama. Check out the trailer:
These films explore what it means to be a woman. Some of the stories will make you laugh and some will melt your heart. Some of these films may even make you cringe.
Short films are not subject to ratings like feature films. You should know that while they are not rated, one of the LUNAFEST films (“Tits”) has some imagery that may not be suitable for all viewers. Yet it carries an important message about women and their bodies; about how they are viewed and how they view themselves. We think the importance of this short film (less than 5 minutes) outweighs any content issues – but that’s a decision everyone needs to make for themselves.
That’s the beauty of art, of film, and of sharing perspectives. Viewing someone else’s creation gives us a chance to reflect: Why do I love that? Why does that bother me? How are we the same? How are we different? What would it be like if I were in her shoes?
Want to learn more? The list of films with short descriptions is available online here: www.lunafest.org/the-films.
LUNAFEST will be in Bucks County for one night only, and is among just 150 screenings nationwide this year. Tickets to this unique event are just $20, plus a $2.25 restoration fee for Bucks County Playhouse.
Tickets are available by calling UW Bucks at 215-949-1660 ext. 111 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, as well as online at http://bit.ly/BucksLUNA2014.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Heidi Phillips at email@example.com. We can’t wait to see you there!